Between prescriptions, medicine lists, disability filings, and doctor instructions, the stacks of paperwork can add up fast. Keep organized and updated files so that you can find what you need quickly and efficiently.

Your patient files may include:

  • Medical History

    • Health History (list of initial symptoms, medical tests, labwork, surgeries, and other medical conditions)

    • Allergies

    • Diagnosis

    • Physician Contact Information

  • Medical Records Upon Diagnosis

    • Doctors Visit Receipts (plus record of copies submitted to insurance)

    • Doctor Care Instructions

  • Medication List

    • Prescription name

    • Reason for Prescription (Medical Diagnosis)

    • Dosage

    • Instructions (Frequency, Time of Day, etc)

    • Special Care Instructions

    • Start Date

  • Insurance Information

    • Medical Coverage

    • Dental and Vision Coverage

    • Prescription Plan

    • Medicare/Medicaid

  • Disability Documents

    • Filing Documentation

    • Denial or Acceptance Letters

    • Letter of Hire from Attorney

    • Letter(s) of Appeal

    • Additional Correspondence

  • Legal Documents

    • Living Will

    • Medical Power of Attorney/Health Care Proxy (if applicable)


TIP: Keep all records organized and secure in three-ring binders. Place the newest records on top for swift document recovery.


Patient History:

Keep an up-to-date record of your medical history for new healthcare providers and treatment plans.

Patient Appointments:
Keep track of all upcoming appointments with a bonus Appointment Summary box to make note of any changes to care.
TIP: File these forms with your office visit receipts as record of care.

Master Medication Management Chart:
Keep track of current prescribed medications and supplements and record or confirm changes with your treating physician.


Human Services Recordbook:
Keep this form with your disability or benefits information as record of communication.


Crisis Lifeline

Lyme patients are at-risk of suicide due to the accompanying decrease in quality of life. If you or someone you love is suffering from depression or suicidal ideation, contact your physician immediately or call the
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline




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